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Old 06-01-2016, 09:54 AM   #1
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Hster time attack build 180sx SR

As of 3/20/2018



I will keep this super simple.

I'm basically on a journey to build a reliable/fun street class time attack car.

First goal is to beat my track times set with a e46 m3 using same tires : Hankook RS3 255/40/17

SOW 1:27.1
BW 13 2:04.1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIiUM97LGWw

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April 2015
shell purchased







May 2015
Engine in



May 2015
First drive to gas station. (always nice )





Sep. 2015
worked on F/R suspension
Added front mount intercooler/ front bumper



Sep. 2015
Rattle can paint



Oct. 2015
Couldn't stand the rattle canned bumper. Couple of friends helped me paint for first time. looks half way decent



Oct. 2015
Went to adams motorsports parkway several times to shake down the car.
got decent time. running stock s13 sr engine with Hankook Rs3 255/40/17 and megans track coilover

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mb4V55m0vI
Nov. 2015
Went to adams on drift night because I really wanted to crack my bumper.
That's probably the first and last time I will drift with this car..





Jan. 2016
Found out stock head gasket was bad.
upgraded to t28/ 555cc/ JWT Ecu



Mar. 2016
Upgraded coilover









Mar. 2016
Along with t28, I wanted to keep myself safe at the track. Notice I have a bat dog with laser eyes. very rare breed.



Apr. 2016
Keeping earth greener : magnaflow 100 cell







May 2016
Wanted more traction in the rear : s14 subframe, carbonetics 1.5w







May. 2016
Vented hood. Apr spoiler



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uP6DMlzvWs4

May. 2016
Went to SOW. I expected little better time but I found whole lot of issues that needs to be worked on.


Thanks for reading. will update as new things happen.

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Old 06-13-2016, 02:55 PM   #2
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Biggest thing I wanted to fix was corner exit oversteer and excessive roll.

I bought some whiteline sway bars to install before the next track event, but did not received them in time.



June. 2016 Auto Club Speedway (ACS) Roval



The day started fine but after revving high on that bank, oil started shooting out from valve cover. I think the ebay catch can I have was too restrictive.



three downpipe bolts decided to shoot out after continuous heating/cooling/vibration. had to tow the car home

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkdVeXS2RWw

Best time of the day was 2:03.8.

Still have a lot to improve. hopefully I can get my sway bar/ oil catch can in by next track day.

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Are the door bars constrictive? I noticed that you maintained complete door panels so that puts the door bars close to your body. Does it bother you at all?

I want to keep my door panels too and am debating whether to do it like you did or not.
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installing the factory oil separator or utilizing a s14 SR valve cover will help with pushing oil. These engines like to do that without either or.
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Are the door bars constrictive? I noticed that you maintained complete door panels so that puts the door bars close to your body. Does it bother you at all?
I want to keep my door panels too and am debating whether to do it like you did or not.
I see the complexity in what you are considering. my cage is actually a Enjuku kit for s13. So money was an issue affecting my choice. If money was not a factor, I would have definitely space it away. Plus, at the time, My plan was to run full interior to run in a lower group but I just got lazy and decided not to put the interior back.

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installing the factory oil separator or utilizing a s14 SR valve cover will help with pushing oil. These engines like to do that without either or.
Yea definitely, I'm looking into modifying my valve cover to pull some pressure out. Thanks.

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1st year time attack but not the first 240

here are some from past:



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2007 no smoke drift



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Been going through some personal stuff..

need to do the following :

- buy new set of tires
- install sway bar
- install jwt s3 cam/gt2871r
- fix oil catch issue

once I get the tires, I can rock the new wheels!


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Awesome stuff. I think I saw you at ACS at the last Nissan Challenge event.
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Which car did you drive?
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Getting ready for ACS Roval (California Speedway) 8/13/2016


Changed water pump pulley


Added stock oil separator to see how much better it is. If this doesn't do much, I'm gonna have to modify the valve cover


Added whiteline sway bar on the front.
When I installed both whiteline fr/rr, car oversteered just as before.
I ended up with 27mm front and 15mm on the rear. Hopefully this setup works better.

Is anyone else going? I think there is nissan challenge this weekend.

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It did, as far as tuning out some of the oversteer. I still do have some oversteer on corner exit so I'm gonna try softer rear spring rates. It's currently 8/6.
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I went back out to ACS only to find more trouble.



First session after warm up lap, my intercooler hose blew. No big deal, just clamp it down tighter and go out on the next session.

Session 2: as I finish my lap 1, car started to lose power. I look at the temp gauge and it was pegged hot. I try to pull over to a safe area but car eventully died and never started back up.

Looking back, I think my timing was set wrong (on retard) which caused my engine to run hot. Once it got hot and built pressure, one of my radiator hose clamp was not fully tight as all of the coolant leaked out.
I verified this by pressurizing coolant system.
compression on cylinders are 90-90-90-20. probably seized the piston as well.

It's all my fault. having a warning gauge would have been nice in retrospect.

I'm gonna try to figure out where to go from here. maybe another SR or VQ.

Definitely planning on keeping the engine stock as possible.


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New Journey begins with built bottom end.

Hopefully this engine will stay strong.


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An EMS that has some failsafe procedures would help a lot probably in extending the life of the engine when you can't keep your eyes on gauges.
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An EMS that has some failsafe procedures would help a lot probably in extending the life of the engine when you can't keep your eyes on gauges.
I agree.

I was actually talking to a buddy that has set of defi gauges with warning lights for his car and he told me he saved his engine one time from oil starvation.

I always thought they were waste of money.. time to change my mind.

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Yeah. I went with an infinity myself it'll shut down the engine for me if anything goes out of WACK.


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Been busy with traveling and some personal issues..


Managed to pull the motor out


Found this! looks like it was resting against the turbo. Perhaps, that's the reason for overheating...


Upgraded the hose from nylon braided to steel braided with heat sleeves.


Mounted gt2871r


Safety wired the elbow


Ogura for added power


Changed trans front seal along with couple gaskets


Got the motor back in


Still need to do alot more, but hopefully car will be running soon!

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Finally started the car back up.


Had a welder weld in some bungs and intercooler pipe









compression were all good

some more minor work and it will be ready for shakedown!

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Swapped the valve cover with modified crank vent.






I got the idea from slider2828's thread but I believe I can use the rear port for crank vent, kind of like s14 setup. S14 valve cover definitely has advantage with sloped rear to push fluid towards the front vent but I believe this setup would work too.

If it doesn't do the job, I would have to source a s14 valve cover. This is cheapest method so might as well try.

I will report back after getting the aem ems tuned. Looking for a tuner right now..

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I opened the valve cover again to do the cam : jwt s4
Valve cover decided to crack. I think I over tightened the npt barb fitting.
Luckly, I had an extra valve cover but I had to have my welder weld in a bung for crank vent hose.


I then took out the maf and put in gm 3bar sensor along with gm ait sensor for ease of tuning.




Wired up 6 sensors (4 of them had to be lenghtened like picture) for Defi advance ZD. Hopefully this will save me from engine trouble in the future (knock on wood)


Mounted oil catch can and moved the intake down low.


Mounted gktech fan

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You'll love the S4 cams, best sr20 cams out there.


I like the safety wire method for the o2 housing. What did you do for the nuts for the turbo to manifold? Is it difficult to drill the bolts for the safety wire?
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I like the safety wire method for the o2 housing. What did you do for the nuts for the turbo to manifold? Is it difficult to drill the bolts for the safety wire?
yeah I'm tuning the car this friday so hopefully s4 will perform well.

I used stock nuts and locking plate on the turbo to manifold side. I've had alot of problems in the past using aftermarket headers where those back out, but with stock manifold, it should be good.

To drill the bolts, you just hold the bolt tight and use drill press.
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